High Adventure Up coming High Adventure trips Troop 101 is calling all those interested in participating in High Adventure trips.
As a parent, please consider the opportunity to participate & join your son for a trip that will be create a lifetime of memories.
There is a sense of urgency to determine the interest level and take count of scouts and parents who would like to attend.
At scout meetings we reviewed what was discussed at our Tuesday High Adventure meeting.
Summer 2015 –Maine High Adventure has been providing customized, fully outfitted, guided trips for youth groups. Minimum age is to be 13 before September of 2015
Summer 2016 -Philmont Scout Ranch - Starting on 8/13/2016we have a spot reserved, but need to determine the participates and submit a deposit by the end of January. Age Requirements; 14 years of age on date of arrival OR have completed the eighth grade and be at least 13 prior to participation.
Summer Camp Summer Camp 2015 We are happy to announce that the troop will be going back to Camp Resolute in Bolton MA this year. We have registered for the third week of camp which begin on Sunday July 19th through Saturday July 25th. Please mark your calendars with these dates. Further details concerning camp sign-ups and cost will be announced soon. Please contact Brian Warren for any questions.
Permission Slips General Info In order to improve the accuracy of our trip planning, we are asking that all participants signing up for any camping activity to register via our Troop 101 website first. By doing so, you will be helping us accumulate accurate participant counts used in making reservations, purchasing food, and other trip plans. After registering on line, please remember to print out the related permission slip and related packing list. The completed form along with the required fee should be submitted at the next troop meeting. We will try to have a computer available for sign ups at each Troop Meeting. Thank you.
Merit Badge Counselors Merit Badge Counselor, consider being one! In January and Feburary we will be hosting a Merit Badge College.
Our leadership has been doubling up and in many cases are over taxed. We need your help.
Please consider becoming a merit badge counselor, it costs nothing, but the process of becoming a merit badge counselor is painless, but can take 4-6 weeks for approval so we need to know soon!
As a merit badge counselor, your mission is to join fun with learning. You are both a teacher and mentor as the Scout works on a merit badge and learns by doing. Your hands-on involvement could inspire a Scout to develop a lifelong hobby, pursue a particular career, or become an independent, self-supporting adult. You don’t need to be an expert, but willing to learn and teach! All new merit badge counselors will receive training and support.
Please contact Rod Pfannenstiel or Denise Powley for any questions! Rmpfann@verizon.net
Take your pick -
Merit badges shown in bold italics are Eagle-required merit badges are the most in demand thus we need more merit badge counselors – please consider choosing one of these in addition to any others you have interest in.
Cinematography Citizenship in the Community Citizenship in the Nation Citizenship in the World
Crime Prevention Cycling
Electronics Emergency Preparedness
Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Family Life
Fire Safety First Aid
Fish and Wildlife Management
Graphic Arts Hiking
Model Design and Building
Painting Personal Fitness Personal Management
Pulp and Paper
Reptile and Amphibian Study
Search & Rescue
Soil and Water Conservation
Surveying Sustainability Swimming
Baden-Powell thought for the day: Trust should be the basis for all our moral training.